8 Culinary Delights You Shouldn’t Miss in Macau

Your next trip won't be just about the casinos.
by | December 13, 2017

While walking around the tourist areas, you’re sure to come across stalls selling dried meat or jerky. These wafer-thin slices of barbecued pork jerky are moist and grilled to perfection over a charcoal fire. They come in a wide variety of interesting flavors from spicy, regular, pork and beef, among others.

A post shared by beer.up (@beer.up) on

For those looking for a wide international selection of craft beer to take home, you might want to take a pilgrimage to the quirky named Beer Temple, a cozy beer shop that’s just a short walk from St. Paul’s Ruins. With hundreds of bottles hanging from the ceiling like a chandelier and rows of bottles on display on the shelves, you’re sure to find a beer you’ll like!


Kara Santos is a freelance writer and photographer. When not on the road or motorcycling off somewhere for the weekend, she’s leveling up her experience points in the latest PlayStation RPG. Read about her real-life and virtual adventures on her blog Travel Up.


Post a Comment